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Design queen Justina Blakeney shares her tips for getting your own wild style at home Justina Blakeney isn’t afraid of color. Or patterns. Or going DIY on a space to bring it to life. The L.A.-based designer and author of the home décor book The New Bohemians has turned her “jungalow” aesthetic (a mix of cozy bungalow vibes and wild, plant-heavy details) into a movement. Here she tells us how to bring her signature look home.  1. “Breathe life into your bedroom (without making an impact on...
Hillary Rodham Clinton, long-time women rights' advocate and two-time presidential candidate, has spoken out again, this time in a clip as part of the 2017 MAKERS Conference. Clinton is the perfect advocate for this year's conference, which brings together hundreds of trailblazing woman leaders, under the theme of #BEBOLD. Love her or hate her, no one can question the fact that Hillary Rodham has been bold. In the clip, Clinton again praises the Women's March and encourages women to dare, reminding us that "you are the heroes and history...
It says a lot about an administration when people immediately wonder how they will respond to the latest Saturday Night Live episode. People were definitely not interviewing Obama about his SNL caricatures, and he definitely was not tweeting about them, probably because he was preoccupied with developing a comprehensive health care system and dealing with constant gridlock in Congress. SNL relented on the Kelly Anne Conway bits this week to make space for new best-parody contender: White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, and his bullish antics...
  Donald Trump does live in his own special universe. Yesterday, while speaking to U.S. Central Command, he claimed that the media isn’t reporting on terrorist attacks. In fact, he went so far as to claim that they don’t want to report on them, because reasons. “You’ve seen what happened in Paris, and Nice. All over Europe, it’s happening. It’s gotten to a point where it’s not even being reported. And in many cases the very, very dishonest press doesn’t want to report it. They have their reasons,...
On a daily basis, we turn to news to understand what is happening in the world. We rely on the news to give us factual, unbiased information, especially in an environment ripe with inaccuracies. The news sets the agenda for what issues people talk about and how we think about them. Journalists, anchors, editors, producers, and all media makers play an active role in shaping how politicians and the public understand issues like abortion.Since abortion’s legalization, we’ve seen lawmakers chip away at our self-determination state...
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